But in this week's issue the Stranger's election control board [#] is telling me to vote for ethically-challenged monorail killer Greg Nickels and long-time monorail hater (and new strip club regulations supporter) Richard Conlin, while advising me to vote against the state wide indoor smoking ban. I feel like I woke up in bizarro world.
On top of that, I found myself feeling sympathetic for Knute Berger, the usually marginally insane editor of the Seattle Weekly after Seattlest and the Stranger spent the morning attacking his column [sw] for complaining about gentrification and moving back to Seattle, respectively.
I really don't like this spinny disoriented feeling. I wish it would stop.